E. Supporting Studies and Analyses Cited in Section C Above (Continued)
4. Campeau, P.L. et al., Final Report: Evaluation of Project Information
Package Dissemination and Implementation': Palo Alto, CA: American In-
stitutes for Research, January, 1979,
5. Emerick, J.A., Evaluation of the National Pif f us ion Network, Volumes
1 and 2, Menlo Park, CA: Stanford Research Institute, 1977.
6. Stearns, M.S., Evaluation of the Field Test of Project Information Pack-
ages: Volume I•Sunwnary Report. Menlo Park, CA: Stanford Research In-
7. Law-Related Education Evaluation Project Final Report, Phase II, Year 3.
Boulder, COL: Social Science Education Consortium and Center for Action
Research, June 1984.
HI. RESPONSE TO GEPA 417(b)
No studies about programs supported by the Secretary's Discretionary Program
are in progress.
Contact for Further Information
National Diffusion Network: Lee Wickline, (202) 653-7000
Educational Television and Technology: Jean Narayanan, (202) 254-5856
Law-Related Education: Rita Ray, (202) 472-7960
Discretionary Grant Competitions: Tom Enderlein, (202) 472-1762
Program Studies: Ann Weinheimer, (202) 245-8877
1. Section 563 of ECIA authorized up to six percent of the funds appro-
priated for Chapter 2 of the ECIA to be used for the Secretary's
2. Each of the three programs mandated by law in the Secretary's Discre-
tionary Program is covered by a separate chapter in the Annual Evalua-
3. During FY 1984, the Law-Related Education Program was mandated by P.L.
98-312. It is included in this chapter because it became a newly
mandated program at the end of the fiscal year* Next year, it will
appear in a separate chapter in the Annual Evaluation Report.
4. Although the Secretary's Discretionary Program appears in the Annual
Evaluation Report under Elementary and Secondary Programs, both the NDN
and the Education Television and Technology program are administered by
the Department's Office of Educational Research and Improvement.es of grantee applications.